A look at which states are adding more people to their unemployment rolls since the beginning of the year.

States with the largest increases in hiring since April 1 include:Arizona, Texas, Ohio, California, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Minnesota, New Jersey, Connecticut, Iowa, Rhode Island, Iowa City, Utah, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Colorado, Iowa and Minnesota.

A majority of the states in the top 25 have a large population, as more than 75% of the country is on the job.

The states with the lowest unemployment rates are the ones that have seen fewer people in their workforce.

States that have been growing their workforce include Arizona, Texas and Oklahoma, while the states that have had fewer people employed have been Georgia, Alabama, Indiana and Minnesota, according to data compiled by Reuters.

More:States are hiring more people because of economic factors, such as job growth, population growth, and other factors, according a Reuters analysis of data compiled and shared by Reuters, a Thomson Reuters Company, and the Federal Reserve.

States have also been adding jobs at the fastest rate since 2009.

In April, about 12.2 million people were employed, compared with about 11.7 million in April 2016.